Experience Love and Longing with Soundarya Jayaram's Latest Release: "Raat Khaali Hai"
Updated: Feb 5
Soundarya Jayaram, the 25-year-old singer-songwriter from Bangalore, India, has been making waves in the music industry with her latest release "Raat Khaali Hai." The semi-classical genre track based on the Carnatic raga Vagadhishwari reflects Soundarya's personal take on love and longing. "Raat Khaali Hai" is about how love grows on you and eventually becomes an integral part of your life.
Soundarya's journey as a musician started when she was just a kid. She's been professionally pursuing music since 2015, and her dedication to the art has paid off with the release of her latest single. "Raat Khaali Hai" was inspired by a Kannada movie song and took influences from Carnatic music. Soundarya recorded the track at Shaale Venue and Keys and Blacks studio is where Adarsh Rao produced the track while the Mix and Master was done by Tharun Kumar. The flute rendition was done by Reuben Machado, who is based in Mangalore.
"Raat Khaali Hai" is Soundarya's second single, and the creative process behind the song was a fun one. Soundarya wrote the song's lyrics in the shower and composed the vocals in just 30 minutes. The song is now available on YouTube for fans to enjoy.
Soundarya is artist that has trained under gurus in Carnatic music and has not tried to recreate any other styles in her music. Instead, she's focused on making something original. Her favorite quote is "A jack of all trades is a master of none but oftentimes better than a master of one." This philosophy has reflected in her music and has helped her create something unique and fresh.
Soundarya has connected with her team of collaborators through social media and word of mouth. Her producer Adarsh Rao connected with her through Facebook, and she met Tharun Kumar at a mutual friend's recording studio. Reuben Machado is a multi-instrumentalist she found on Facebook. All three have been instrumental in helping Soundarya bring her vision to life and make "Raat Khaali Hai" the best it could be.
In conclusion, Soundarya Jayaram's "Raat Khaali Hai" is a unique and refreshing take on love and longing. With its semi-classical genre and Carnatic influences, the song is a must-listen for anyone who appreciates original music.